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Tracks on roof for 105% jib

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Topic: Tracks on roof for 105% jib
Posted By: coriolis2
Subject: Tracks on roof for 105% jib
Date Posted: 09 May 2011 at 19:34
FYI, for the new jib we have added extra tracks to keep a good angle (9-10%).
Expecting the new jib (Gaastra Custom Axes Laminate)this or next week.
Added an extra SS tube between the pullpit(s) to prevent gelcoat cracks and fitted a track and pole for a 100m2 spinnaker.

Regards, Rob







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"Coriolis" H350 #045 (ex Waarschip 570 #? 1987/1992, ex Waarschip 28LD #7 1994/2007)



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Posted By: bjornludvigsen
Date Posted: 11 May 2011 at 07:34
Nice work! Reinforcing the pulpits seems like a good idea, and I like your arrangements for the jib. Did you have to make larger adjustments to the ceiling?

We are looking at a spinnaker pole as well. What length and diameter did you choose? 

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Best regards,
Bjørn Ludvigsen

Co-owner of Hanse 350 #78 - Smillan


Posted By: coriolis2
Date Posted: 11 May 2011 at 18:08
Bjørn, de ceiling didn't need any adjustment all'n'all you need M6x80 bolts.
De Spinnaker pole is a standard set of Seldén 72mm x 428mm.

Best regards, Rob

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"Coriolis" H350 #045 (ex Waarschip 570 #? 1987/1992, ex Waarschip 28LD #7 1994/2007)


Posted By: Rubato
Date Posted: 11 May 2011 at 19:06
Rob, good job.
Too bad the backing plates weren't built in but you'll really like this setup with the 105.
 
Steve


Posted By: TiVi
Date Posted: 02 March 2017 at 19:53
Hi Rob,
I'm planning To add also 105-108% genoa tracks To my 341, what type, brand and size are your tracks.
Br, Timo


Posted By: iemand
Date Posted: 02 March 2017 at 20:22
I have tracks on my 370 on the coachroof as well however I wouldn't do this again. I would go for a "Flying" Ring instead. That is much cheaper, nicer and more flexible for inhouling the sail.





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Hanse 312 MJ 2004 - Hanse 370e MJ 2007


Posted By: iemand
Date Posted: 02 March 2017 at 20:28
....like that but not on the deck but on the coachroof!

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Hanse 312 MJ 2004 - Hanse 370e MJ 2007


Posted By: Rubato
Date Posted: 02 March 2017 at 22:41
Originally posted by iemand iemand wrote:

I have tracks on my 370 on the coachroof as well however I wouldn't do this again. I would go for a "Flying" Ring instead. That is much cheaper, nicer and more flexible for inhouling the sail.

I originally tried this on Rubato, it was a nightmare, didn't work well at all. Getting the lines set up right so that the sheeting angle is correct to get the best sail shape is the issue. Much, much easier with a track.


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Steve

Hanse 400e, #168


Posted By: rubin
Date Posted: 23 February 2018 at 13:44
per il mio jib ho usato 2 fogli in spettri che funzionano incrociati, quando colpisci a destra usi l'argano giusto



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http://album.foto.virgilio.it/rubin_bottiglieri


Posted By: rubin
Date Posted: 23 February 2018 at 13:59
for my jib I used 2 sheets in spectra that work crossed, when you hit on the right you use the right winch

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http://album.foto.virgilio.it/rubin_bottiglieri


Posted By: Geert
Date Posted: 29 September 2020 at 09:43
Hi Rob,
I am looking at used 350's and they all have cracks around the pulpit. Your solution seems the right one as it will transfer a sideways force on the pulpit to an up and down force on the fixations. Did you have the extra tube welded in ? If so how did you remove the pulpit as there seems to be no acces to the underside of the fixations of the pulpit ..
Regards
Geert


Posted By: coriolis2
Date Posted: 05 October 2020 at 12:16
Hi Geert, the extra tube was welded (TIG) in place 'in-situ' about 10 years later no cracks ;-)

Best regards, Rob
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"Coriolis" H350 #045 (ex Waarschip 570 #? 1987/1992, ex Waarschip 28LD #7 1994/2007)



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